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Volume 15, Number 11—November 2009

Letter

East African Trypanosomiasis in a Pregnant Traveler

Behzad NadjmComments to Author , Chris Van Tulleken, Douglas Macdonald, and Peter L Chiodini
Author affiliations: The Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, UK (B. Nadjm, C. Van Tulleken, P.L. Chiodini); London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London (P.L. Chiodini, B. Nadjm); Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London (D. Macdonald)

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Chancre at site of tsetse fly bite on forehead of pregnant patient with trypanosomiasis.

Figure. Chancre at site of tsetse fly bite on forehead of pregnant patient with trypanosomiasis.

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